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We understand that switching to a new software solution will often bring with it a range of questions surrounding the new technology that you are now working with, or plan to work with.

If you are a new customer, we have attempted to address the questions that you might have and to go into as much detail as we think is helpful, but if you would like to know more please contact us at sales.software@innovise.com

If you are an existing customer you’ll know that Innovise have an experienced technical support team ready to help you with any questions that you may have, so please feel free to contact that team on support@innovise.com if anything is playing on your mind.

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